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Certified Payoffs

Obtaining IT certifications can boost your paycheck, career and bottom line, survey finds.

We the People draws a curious crowd

Legalization of marijuana and animal cruelty top petitioners' concerns; the economy and national security, not so much.

GAO outlines IT best practices for federal agencies

Guidance developed from interviews with IT staff on seven major projects identified as models of good management.

Telework Disconnect

Managers trust their employees to work remotely, but in many cases it still isn't happening.

E-waste and telework are part of effort to reduce the government’s environmental footprint

Federal offices shed 10,000 computers a week on average, GSA chief Martha Johnson says.

Most federal IT funding expected to escape super committee's knife

Industry leaders say the need to upgrade and secure networks will not diminish, and may even accelerate.

Android is expected to soon win approval for use on military networks

Certification for unclassified Defense networks is predicted by year's end, for Secret networks by April 2012.

Efficient Telework

How Obama’s anti-waste order could affect the remote workforce.

Reforming government websites with app developers in mind

Agencies can easily update and customize websites by using open source application programing interfaces.

WikiLeaks ruling spotlights outdated e-privacy law

Electronic messages, such as Tweets, are currently protected, but Twitter subscriber names and connection times, for instance, are not.

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